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Kara Milling

Monday, June 15, 1998

Kara Milling

Women’s Volleyball

The 6-1 Milling, an outside hitter from Poway, CA, was a shining
star on one of UCLA’s most successful teams. Her composure and
demeanor on the volleyball court was a prime of example of a
perennial superstar in the future. She currently trains and travels
with the U.S. Women’s National Volleyball Team.

Career highlights: She is a member of the U.S. National Team,
the 1998 UCLA women’s volleyball team captain, and a multi-winner
of NCAA All-American honors. She posted 1,691 total college career
kills (third most in school history). Milling was the first Bruin
to register 30 kills in a four-game match (vs. Washington on Oct.
26, 1997).

Coach’s quote: "I have never seen a player who enjoyed coming to
practice so much as Kara. She really brought a lot of enthusiasm
and drive to the gym everyday."

-UCLA women’s volleyball head coach Andy Banachowski.

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